In partnership with the Artists Legal Information Society and Strategic Arts Management, Visual Arts Nova Scotia (VANS) announces a new professional development webinar series for artists across the province.
Creative Work: A Webinar Series for the Arts begins with a pilot series of three one-hour webinars on social media. From choosing social networks to creating content, e-commerce to copyright, the series offers a well-rounded introduction to establishing and maintaining a professional profile and engaging your audience online.
First, discover the best networks for you, how to establish your professional profile, and other essentials in Social Media in an Hour or Less. Hosted by VANS and led Stacey Cornelius, this webinar kicks off this Creative Work series on June 18.
On June 25, the Artists’ Legal Information Society hosts#Legal: You, the Internet, and the Law. This Creative Work webinar will teach you how to protect and sell your work online, and offer tips for legal self-defense from instructor Alayna Kolodziechuk.
This Creative Work series culminates in Simplifying Social Media: Creating a Plan for Success on July 2. Hosted by Strategic Arts Management and led by Mary-Elizabeth Luka, this webinar will help you create managable social media campaigns, and engage your audience in profile-building, crowdfunding, and more!
Creative Work builds on popular VANS workshops and information sessions, and offers ever more affordable, accessible professional development opportunities for artists. It is made possible with the in-kind technical support of Stewart McKelvey, Atlantic Canadas pre-eminent law firm.